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In a world torn apart by massive earthquakes and an incurable, deadly virus - Myrikal could be the hero they’re waiting for. 

Or…she could be the perfect assassin heir to her father’s business. 

Can Branch, her only friend, convince her that her dad is wrong? That there really are good people left in the world? 

Will Myrikal choose to be the superhero Branch thinks she is or will she turn to the life of the invincible assassin her dad has trained her to be?

©2019 Holli Anderson (P)2019 Immortal Works

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sci-fi dystopian fantasy

Super creative and unexpected twist in this dystopian science fiction. I enjoyed this story a lot. I cared for Myrikal and Branch (I mean Morgan).
The beginning was very hard to read because of the subject matter(but that is a personal thing) and the patent figures need to be beaten within an inch of their lives. But after 7 chapters I was completely pulled in.
For my cleanlit audience: This is book has child violence and violence typical dystopia. 17+